Adam Uhl (Franklin): The Providence graduate, a freshman catcher on the baseball team, didn’t see game action during the abbreviated season.

Steven Thom (Bellarmine): The New Albany graduate, a freshman left-handed pitcher on the baseball team, didn’t see game action during the abbreviated season.

Drew Taylor (Southern Indiana): The Jeffersonville graduate, a freshman outfielder on the baseball team, didn’t see any game action during the abbreviated season.

When five-star point guard Khristian Lander signed his letter of intent to play at Indiana last week, it added star potential to an IU backcourt that was inconsistent throughout the 2019-20 season.

As a sophomore, Silver Creek's Trey Kaufman averaged 14.8 points and a team-high 9.1 rebounds per game for the Dragons, who captured their first-ever state title. This past season the 6-foot-9 junior forward, one of only two returning starters for Silver Creek, averaged 25.8 points, 9.6 rebo…

Floyd Central's Jake Heidbreder followed up a breakout sophomore season with an outstanding junior campaign. With the graduation of Cobie Barnes, the reigning Player of the Year, and eight others from last season, Heidbreder became the Highlanders’ leader. He proved up to the challenge. The …

OMAHA, Neb. — A group of Power Five coaches led by Michigan’s Erik Bakich is proposing a later start to the college baseball season to trim expenses in the post-coronavirus era, make the game more fan friendly and reduce injury risk to players.

Landon Carrico (Hanover): The Providence graduate, a senior on the men’s tennis team, went 5-1 in singles this past season to become the program’s all-time wins leader. Carrico was a three-time All-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference selection and also was named to the Tom Bohlsen HCAC …

Christian Graf (Lincoln Memorial): The Providence graduate, a freshman right-handed pitcher on the baseball team, went 1-0 with a 4.70 earned-run average for the Railsplitters. In four appearances, Graf allowed four earned runs while striking out four in 7 2/3 innings.

Kennedy Wynn (Ball State): The New Albany graduate, a senior infielder/outfielder on the softball team, hit .352 with three doubles, two triples and four RBIs while starting 21 of 22 games for the Cardinals. She also had a .481 slugging percentage and .373 on-base percentage.

Tyler Wheeler (Southern Indiana): The Silver Creek graduate, a freshman infielder-pitcher on the baseball team, went 0-1 with a 3.00 ERA in one game. In his only start, Wheeler allowed three runs (two earned) on six hits while walking two and striking out three in six innings.

After finishing sixth (at 145 pounds) at the IHSAA State Finals as a junior, the reigning Wrestler of the Year capped off his career in memorable fashion, atop the medal stand at Bankers Life Fieldhouse after winning the 152-pound weight class.

After placing fourth in the state as a 113-pound sophomore, Floyd Central junior Gavinn Alstott appeared destined for a third straight trip to the IHSAA State Finals. Grappling at 126 pounds, he only lost one match during the regular season (to an out-of-state foe) and was ranked among the b…

Ryan Kelly was selected to the Pro Bowl for the first time in 2019, and the 26-year-old center has fully established himself as a leader on one of the NFL’s strongest offensive lines.

Brooke Smith (Spalding): The Floyd Central graduate, a utilityplayer on the softball team, hit .328 with four doubles, a triple and 20 RBIs. She also had a .426 slugging percentage, a .333 on-base percentage and a .759 OPS.

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William "Bill' Nelson Rowe, 73, of New Albany passed away at U of L on Monday from a long term illness. He was an avid camper, jokester, storyteller, singer and loved people. He is survived by his wife of 41 years- Linda Rowe; sons- Kraig Rowe (Stephani) and Michael Rowe (Marisa); daughters-…

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